AssetMark offers advisers free tool to value their business

Assessment also evaluates growth and transferability potential

Jun 27, 2017 @ 3:29 pm

By InvestmentNews

AssetMark Inc., a Concord, Calif.-based provider of investment and consulting services for advisers, has launched a free, online tool designed to help advisers determine the estimated value of their business.

The tool also identifies areas of strength and pinpoints opportunities for improvement, AssetMark said in a release. The assessment covers practice management, marketing, operations and staffing, as well as an overall valuation score relative to industry benchmarks.

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Additionally, the firm said it is offering free resources to help advisers identify buyers or sellers, conduct due diligence and transition clients.

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